Orlando Magic Could’ve Kept Up with Miami by Trading Vince Carter

September 27th, 2010 by Andrew Bailey Leave a reply »
The summer of 2010 is over and fall is officially upon us. The football season is in full swing, baseball playoffs are approaching, and this week, every NBA team will be in training camp. The next few months constitute the best time of the year to be a sports fan.

Thanks to a free-agent class led by LeBron James, the NBA has stayed in the headlines throughout the offseason. As we all know, he is now a part of a "Big 3" in Miami that most people feel is nearly unbeatable. Most experts expect the Heat to run away with the Southeast Division and the entire Eastern Conference.

So what about the team that has won that division in each of the past three seasons? How could the Orlando Magic possibly maintain their dominance in the Southeast, when their in-state rival may have just assembled one of the greatest trios of all-time?

With Orlando's current roster, winning a fourth-straight division title looks like a long shot at best. What could they have done this offseason to have a shot at staying on top of this now stacked division?

A few months back, the Magic discussed a possible trade with the Washington Wizards. Washington looked to be r ...

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